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Signing Is Fun

The author of Signing for Kids offers children their first glimpse at a whole new world. Starting with the alphabet and working up to everyday phrases, this volume uses clear instructions on how to begin using American Sign Language and features an informative introduction to signing and its importance. 150 illustrations.


Author: Mickey Flodin
Pages: 96 pages
Format: PDF
Size: 20.38 Mb



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